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Cilantro Lime Vegetables

Sauteed Cilantro Lime Vegetables - a super quick and easy side side dish. Healthy too!

Remember how I mentioned I got a second dinner out of the pork I cooked for Slow Cooker Salsa Verde Pork Tostadas that included brown rice and vegetables? Well, these Sautéed Cilantro Lime Vegetables are the veggies that landed onto that dinner plate.

This vegetable medley of zucchini, yellow squash and red onion is the perfect side dish for so many meals from simple oven baked black bean and cheese quesadillas to Mexican baked pasta (both go-to dinners in my house). One of my favorite ways to cook veggies is by sautéing them over medium high heat with a tiny bit of oil and finishing them off with a squeeze of lemon or lime and fresh herbs. Super quick and easy – not to mention, healthy and delicious. This is how to get your family to eat their vegetables!

Sauteed Cilantro Lime Vegetables

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